Marisa Poomiphak Na Nongkhai

Marisa Poomiphak Na Nongkhai
Walailak University · School of Medicine

Doctor of Sports Science

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Introduction
I am sports science lecturer at Walailak university thailand
Additional affiliations
September 2020 - present
Walailak University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

Publications

Publications (7)
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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak is a public health concern. However, stay-at-home regulations to prevent disease spread increased sedentary behavior with unintended adverse outcomes. Overweight is a major global health issue, and standard treatments have a poor track record of long-term effectiveness. The purpose of this study was...
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Overweight/obesity is a pressing international health concern, and conventional treatments demonstrate poor long-term efficacy. Several studies have shown that yoga can control risk factors for cardiovascular disease, obesity, and psychosocial stress. The present study aimed to assess the effect of continuous yoga (asanas, pranayama, and Surya Nama...
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International Journal of Health, Physical Education and Computer Science in sports ISSN 2231-3265 (On-line and Print) ISRA Journal Impact factor is 6.997. Journal published Quarterly for the months of March, June, September and December. IJHPECSS is refereed Journal. Index Journal of Directory of Research Journal Indexing, J-Gate, 120R etc. Interna...
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Background Methamphetamine (MA) is a commonly used substance among youths, particularly those who are living in poor economic conditions with low levels of education and who have had bad childhood experiences. The Akha and Lahu hill tribe youths living on the Thailand-Myanmar-Laos border are identified as the group most vulnerable to MA use in Thai...
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Background Methamphetamine use not only impacts health and the economy but also causes social impairment, particularly among the poorly educated and underprivileged young populations among the hill tribes in northern Thailand. Youths are the most vulnerable population for methamphetamine use due to various factors, including parenting styles, child...

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